Endstation Theatre Company

Endstation summer season begins with Playwright’s Initiative Reading Festival

Graphic with the event title, Playwright's Initiative Festival, displayed, and text that reads: The Playwright's Initiative commissions works about Central Virginia and Appalachian communities.

Running from June 13-16, the event features staged readings of new and original scripts about Central Virginia. ... READ MORE >>

Registration open for youth summer camps at Randolph College

Registration is now open for preschool, theatre, art, coding, and soccer summer camps. ... READ MORE >>

Endstation Theatre staging ‘T-Room…The Musical,’ ‘Treasure Island’ this summer

Endstation’s summer season continues with two unique shows. ... READ MORE >>

Endstation Theatre staging original play, ‘Buried Deep: The Lynchburg Pools’

Endstation Theatre Company, Randolph College’s professional theatre in residence, will kick off its 2022 season with the original play Buried Deep: The Lynchburg Pools later this month. ... READ MORE >>

Endstation production, The Bluest Water, features local story and familiar faces

Ho’ola Bush gives a monologue during the play

The newest production by Randolph College’s professional theatre in residence, Endstation Theatre Company, hits home locally—and not just because it tells the story of Nelson County survivors of the historic Hurricane Camille. Randolph’s faculty and students have played a large role acting and creating the set in The Bluest Water this summer. In August 1969,... READ MORE >>

Endstation Theatre brings Million Dollar Quartet to Randolph

Preview performance Thursday in the Hampson Commons at Randolph College

When Randolph music professor Randy Speer dreams, sometimes the soundtrack to his unconscious state is the music he’s directing for an upcoming show. Since he is spending part of his summer as music director for Endstation Theatre Company’s production of Million Dollar Quartet, his head has been filled lately with the greatest hits of Elvis... READ MORE >>

Randolph student sets the stage for upcoming Endstation shows

Sam Sun '17 paints part of the set for Hank Williams: Lost Highway, which will be performed in Thoresen Theatre later this year.

Sam Sun ’17 is spending the summer working with a professional stage crew and other college students from across the nation—and he didn’t even have to leave Randolph’s campus. Thanks to Randolph’s new partnership with Endstation Theatre Company, Sun was able to take advantage of special apprenticeship opportunities offered to Randolph students. As one of... READ MORE >>

Endstation Theatre Co. to present The Whole Bunch at Randolph

The Whole Bunch poster

Randolph College announced its formal partnership with Endstation Theatre Company in 2015. This Friday, that partnership will bear fruit in one of many ways as Endstation brings The Whole Bunch to campus. The Whole Bunch by Joshua Mikel, in collaboration with Rachel Gagen of Live Healthy Lynchburg, is an Endstation community-centered new work with the... READ MORE >>

Randolph, Endstation Theatre announce partnership

Randolph College banner

Randolph College and Endstation Theatre Company announced a new partnership this week that will provide unique opportunities for Randolph College students and allow Endstation to move its summer operations to the City of Lynchburg. Randolph and Endstation began discussing the opportunity for the partnership last August. “There is a strong history of excellence in the... READ MORE >>